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Randolph Public Library 
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Published by the 

SENIOR CLASS 

of the 

SEAGROVE HIGH SCHOOL 

Seagrove, North Carolina 



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C O N T EN TS 



Administration 6 

High School Faculty 7 

Seniors 9 

Superlatives 23 

Juniors 31 

Sophomores 35 

Freshmen 41 

Elementary Faculty 48 

Elementary Grades 49 

Activities 59 

Athletics 71 

Advertisements 79 



FOREWORD 

As we come to the close of another school year, we pause 
to look back on the memories enjoyed during our high school 
years, years spent at Seagrove Hi, a name that we will cherish 
through the years of our life. The formula for our happiness has 
been in exploring new territories, territories of Peace Essays, Dra- 
matics, and Debating ... we have also had fun in the games that 
we have won and lost. There is the mingling with people during 
our Washington trip . . . the feel of your first formal evening at 
your Junior-Senior Banquet . . . the nervousness and the feeling 
of accomplishment in the Junior and Senior plays . . . the crown- 
ing of the King and Queen and the gaiety of all the Halloween 
festivities. These together, with the encouragement and kindness 
of our teachers, the companionship of our fellow students have 
helped to make this the most enjoyable time of our lives. To you, 
the faculty, our principal, Mr. Barker, his associates, and our 
fellow classmates, we extend our earnest regret of departure. 




Dedication 




There are times when we need a counselor, 
when our paths of life grow dark, a warm smile of 
friendship when our future looks dim; an encouraging 
word when our spirits are low; some one to direct us 
onward and upward on the ladder of life. We have 
found all these qualities in our senior sponsor. We, the 
1955 staff, sincerely hope by dedicating our Se-Hi to 
her will express our esteem of her, and our 
thanks. To Miss Inez Wannamaker we dedicate our 
1955 Se-Hi. 



There comes a time in everyone's life when you 
will need someone to rely on, a person with an under- 
standing for you, and patience with your many mis- 
takes. Friends are your most cherished possessions, and 
we have found, not only a friend, but an advisor and 
helper as well. 

When we began our High School life, four years 
ago, we were uncertain, but this teacher understood 
and led us as she would have her own. We, the 1955 
staff, sincerely hope by dedicating our Se-Hi to her 
will express our many thanks. To Mrs. Walker W. Derr, 
we dedicate our 1955 Se-Hi. 




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ADMINISTRATION 



MR. J. R. BARKER 

Principal 




MR WALTER PARKS 
Chairman 



MR. LEIGHTON LAWRENCE 




MR. E J. COLE 





MR H. Y. AUMAN 



HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 



MISS INEZ WANNAMAKER 
English 

MRS. J. C. HOUGH 
Commercial 





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MRS. WADE HARRIS 
Home Economics 

JAMES R. SWIGGETT 
Coach — Biology 




MRS. WALKER W. DERR 
Mathematics 

JAMES O. LEONARD 
Social Studies 





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TRUMAN W. PARKER 
Agriculture 

MR. JESSE R. BARKER 
Physics 





CAPTION 




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Senior Class Officers 



JIMMY KEMP 
President 

REBECCA THOMPSON 
Vice-President 




RAIFORD BROWN 
Secretary 

REBECCA HEDGEPETH 
Treasurer 

PEGGY BRITTAIN 
Reporter 




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MASCOTS 



BEVERLY BOLING 



PAUL COMER 



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BETTY SUE BAKER 
"Betsy" 
"You never lose anything by being 
kind." 
F.H.A. 1,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club Sex- 
tet 2,3; Class Reporter 2 ; Beta Club 3,4 ; Hi-Lite 
Typist 3,4 ; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; 
Program Committee of Beta Club 3; Bus Moni- 
tor 1,2,3,4; Circulation Manager of Hi-Lite 4 ; 
Assistant Grade Editor of Se-Hi 4; Peace Essay 
Contest 3 ; French Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 
3,4; Most Talented 4 ; Debate Club 4 ; Most Co- 
operative 4; Wittiest 4. 

DONALD LEE SMITH 

"Smith" 

"I Allow." 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4 ; Assistant Bus Driver 2,3; Bus 
Driver 4 ; Biggest Smile 4. 



Seniors 



NANNIE MAE CAUDILL 

"Spunky" 

"The only way to have a friend is 

be one." 

Star High School 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4; Reporter 3 ; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
President 2; President 3; Treasurer 4; Sextet 3 ; 
Beta Club 3,4 ; Secretary 3; News Editor of 
Hi-Lite 4; French Club 2,3; Vice-President 3; 
Debate Team 3,4; Debate Medal 3 ; County 
History Medal 3; Class Reporter 2; Librarian 
4; Assistant Grade Editor of Se-Hi 4 ; Dra- 
matics Club 4 ; Most Dependable 4 ; Best 
Speaker 4 ; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Secretary 
and Treasurer of Debate Club 4. 

SAMUEL ERNEST GATLIN 

"Ernestine" 
"That's just trash." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Vice-President of F.F.A. 4 ; 4-H 
Club 1,2; Bus Monitor 4; Most Bashful 4. 




LENA ESTELLE KENNEDY 

"Stella" 

"You don't say." 

Glee Club 3,4 ; F.H.A. Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 

1,2,4; Best School Spirit 4. 

MAXTON ARLIE McNEILL 

"Mac" 
"Good character is a man's best 

asset." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 
F.F.A. 1; Vice-President 4-H Club 2; Presi- 
dent of 4-H Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3; Assistant 
Bus Driver 1,2,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Glee 
Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4 ; Vice-President 
of Dramatics Club 4 ; Class President 1 ; Glee 
Club President 4 ; Parliamentary Procedure 1; 
Athletic Club 2,3; Advertising Manager of Se- 
Hi 4; Football Statistician 4 ; Monogram Club 
4 ; Monogram Club Reporter 4; Friendliest 4 ; 
Most Versatile 4. 




Seniors 




SHIRLEY LOUANNE PRESNELL 

"Lou" 

"Big Deal." 

Basketball 1; Softball 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Class 

Play 3; 4-H Club 4; Glee Club 3,4; Cutest 4 ; 

Best Personality 4. 

JESSE RAIFORD BROWN 

"Ray" 

"Truth is the highest thing man may 

keep." 
Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4; President of Beta 
Club 4; Class Reporter 2; Class Treasurer 3; 
Class Secretary 4; Sports Editor of Se-Hi 4 ; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. Club 1,2; Parliamen- 
tary Procedure Contest 1 ; Glee Club 3,4 ; 
Athletic Club 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Secretary- 
Treasurer of 4-H Club 1; Reporter of Beta 
Club 3; Class Play 3; Popularity King 3; Dra- 
matics Club 4; French Club 4; Perfect Atten- 
dance 1,2; Monogram Club 4; Best Dressed 
Most Original 4; Most Co-operative 4. 



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SHELBY JEAN LUCK 
"Jeanie" 
"A soft answer turneth away wrath." 
F.H.A. 1,2,4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Beta Club 3,4; 
Dramatics Club 4 ; Hi-Lite Typist 3,4; Grade 
Editor of Hi-Lite 3; Class Play 3 ; Grade Edi- 
tor of Se-Hi 4; Best Sport 4; Best All Around 4. 

JAMES IVER KEMP, JR. 
"Jimmy" 
"You know it too!" 
F.F.A. 1,2; Beta Club 3; Class Play 3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 4 ; Class President 2,3,4; Co-Cap- 
tain of Football 4; Baseball 3,4; Football 2,3,4; 
Marshal 3 ; Athletic Club 2,3; Vice-President of 
Monogram Club 4; Monogram Club 4; Assis- 
tant Advisor of Se-Hi 4; Mos.t Popular 4 ; Best 
Speaker 4. 



Seniors 






REBECCA ANN THOMPSON 
"Becky" 

"He that cometh unto me, I will 
in no wise cast out." 
F.H.A. 1,2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 
Sextet 2 ; Popularity Queen 2; Class Play 3 ; Hi- 
Lite Typist 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Secretary of 
Beta Club 4; Beta Club Reporter 3 ; Assistant 
Editor of Hi-Lite 4 ; Grade Editor 3 ; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Class 4; Assistant Advertising Manager 
of Se-Hi 4 ; Dramatics Club 4; Best Dressed 4; 
Most Original 4. 

WINFRED EVERETT BROWN 
"Pete" 
"It is better to be a good looser, 
than a poor winner." 
F.F.A. Club 1,2,3; Bus Monitor 2 ; Bus Driver 
3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4; Most Tal- 
ented 4. 




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VIRGIE ROZINE HURLEY 

"Chick" 

"What this world needs is more 

heriones, heroes and holidays." 

F.H.A. 1,2; Class Secretary 1,2; 4-H Club 2,3, 

4 ; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Cheerleader 

3,4; Chief Marshal 3; Class Play 3,4; Debating 

Club 3,4; President Debating Club 4; World 

Peace Contest 3; Beta Club 4 ; Dramatics Club 

4; Vice-President of Beta Club 4; Librarian 4 ; 

Business Manager of Se-Hi 4; Reporter Hi-Lite 

4; Monogram Club 4 ; Friendliest 4; Miss Se-Hi 

4; Most Intelligent 4. 

GARLAND TRAVIS HALL 
"Boy, cut that out." 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 
4 ; Basketball 1,2; Class Play 3; Baseball 1,4; 
Glee Club 4 ; Art Editor of Se-Hi 4; Quietest 4. 




Seniors 




NORMA JEAN HAMILTON 
"Jeanie" 
"A good name is rather to be 
chosen than great riches." 
F.H.A. 1,2; Softball 1,2; 4-H Club 2,3,4; French 
Club 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club Sextet 
3; High School Librarian 4; Class Play 3; Mar- 
shall 3; Program Chairman French Club 3; 
Cheerleader 3,4; Debate Club 4; Dramatics 
Club 4; Monogram Club 4; Assistant Editor of 
Se-Hi 4 ; Sports Editor of Hi-Lite 4 ; Most 
Studious 4 ; Most Versatile 4; Class Play 4. 

HAROLD MACK KISER 
"Chief" 

"Well, I'll be dry." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Bus Drier 4 ; Bus 
Monitor 3; F.F.A. Secretary 4; Mr. Se-Hi 4 ; 
Best Sport 4. 



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PEGGY 



ANN BRITTAIN 
"Pegs" 




"True happiness comes from making 
fhose around us happy." 

Asheboro High School 1,2; Student Council 1; 
Safety Club 2; Secretary of Safety Club 2; 
Seagrove 3,4; Local Winner of the World 
Peace Essay Contest 3; Piano 1,2,3; Dramatics 
Club 4 ; Secretary of Dramatics Club 4 ; Perfect 
Attendance 1,2,3; Debate Club 4 ; Beta Club 4 ; 
Program Committee of Beta Club 4 ; Glee Club 
4 ; F.H.A. 3,4; Editor-in-Chief of the Se-Hi 4 ; 
Most Courteous 4; Most Popular 4; Most Likely 
to Succeed 4. 

KERMIT STOUT CRAVEN 

"Nubbie" 

"I don't know." 

F.F.A. 2,3; 4-H Club 4 ; Class Play 3; Most 

Talkative 4. 



Seniors 



CAROLYN REBECCA HEDGEPETH 
"Becky" 
"Afflicted, Please." 
Alexander Wilson High School 1,2 ; Class Sec- 
retary 1; Softball 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Seagrove 
High School 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Dramatics 
Club 4 ; Debating Club 4 ; Class Play 3,4; Bas- 
ketball 4 ; F.H.A. 4 ; Glee Club 3,4; Operetta 
of Glee Club 2 ; Monogram Club 4 ; Most Talk- 
ative 4 ; Most Athletic; Biggest Smile; Co- 
Captain Basketball 4. 

CARROLL LEWIS COMER 
"Oh! You don't say." 
Class Vice-President 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
F.F.A. 2,3,4; Athletic Club 2,3; 4-H Club 1 ; 
Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. Club Reporter 4 ; Assistant 
Sports Editor of Se-Hi 4 ; Bus Monitor 2 ; Cutest 
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IRMA JEAN COX 
"Pee Wee" 

"Do unto others as you would have 

them do unto you." 
F.H.A. Club 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; 
Softball 2,3; Most Bashful 4. 

CECIL BRYCE RUSSELL 
"Bruce" 
"Where there's a will there's a 
way." 
F.F.A. 1,2; Treasurer F.F.A. 1 ; President in 
Parliamentary Procedure Contest 1; 4-H Club 
1,2; Cheerleader 2; Glee Club 3,4; Class 
Play 3; Sports Editor of Hi-Lite 3; Marshal 3; 
Beta Club 3,4 ; Hi-Lite Typist 3,4; Society 
Editor of Hi-Lite 4 ; Assistant Circulation Man- 
ager Se-Hi 4; Assistant Bus Driver 4; Dra- 
matics Club 4; Most Studious 4; Most Depen- 
table 4; Most Intelligent 4. 






Seniors 




THELMA JANICE RUSSELL 

"Jan" 

"Always put off until tomorrow the 

things you shouldn't do at all." 

F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Softball 2 ; Glee 

Club 1,3,4; Bus Monitor 3; Best Looking 4. 

HAROLD RALPH THOMPSON 
"Satch" 

"What you gonna do now?" 
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Assistant Bus Driver 2,3; Bus Driver 
4 ; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 4 ; Basketball 4 ; 
4-H Club 1,2; Snapshot Editor of Se-Hi 4; Class 
Play 3 ; Athletic Club 2,3; Glee Club 4 ; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Secretary-Treasurer Monogram 
Club 4 ; Best Looking 4; Class Sweetheart 4. 





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ELSIE MAE COLE 
"Ellie" 

"Everything comes to him who 
waits." 
F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,3,4 ; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1; Softball 1,2; Neatest 4. 

WILLIAM EVERETT WALKER 
"Ever-Ready" 
"Lef's go take a smoke, boys." 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 2,3; 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; Dramatics Club 
4; Glee Club 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Substitute Bus 
Driver 2; Best All Around 4. 



Seniors 



NANCY JANE SPENCER 
"Nan" 
"Well, I declare!" 
Glee Club 1 ; F.H.A. 1,2; Basketball 2,3; Ath- 
letic Club 2,3; Assistant Circulation Manager 
of Se-Hi 4 ; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Quietest 
4. 

CHARLES HORACE LUTHER 
"Debucy" 
"One can never tell." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; President of F.F.A. 4; 4-H Club 
1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Socie.y Editor of Hi-Lite 
3 ; Circulation Manager of Se-Hi 4 ; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Class 3 ; Bus Driver 3,4; Tool Identifi- 
cation Contest 2 ; Most Likely to Succeed 4 ; 
Wittiest 4. 



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GRACE MARIE YOW 
"Snip" 
"Honesty is the best policy." 
4-H Club 1,2; Vice-President 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 
1,2; Glee Club 1,3,4; Class Secretary 3 ; Class 
Play 3; Popularity Queen 1,3; Grade Editor of 
Hi-Lite 4; Beta Club 4; Perfect Attendance 
1,2,3; Class Sweetheart 4. 

FRED CURTIS MARSH 
"Junior" 
"It's not my fault." 
F.F.A. 2; Class Play 3; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 
3,4; Football 2,3,4; Athletic Club 2,3; Co-Cap- 
tain of Football 4; Monogram Club 4 ; Neatest 
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HILDA JEANETTE MARLEY 

"Hidgie" 

"Study to show thyself approved 

unto God." 

F.H.A. 1,2; Basketball 2,3; Class Play 3; Beta 

Club 3,4; News Editor of Hi-Lite 3; 4-H Club 

1; American School 4. 

GEORGE WESLEY FREEMAN 

"Wes" 

"You know that's not so." 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 4 ; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 

Treasurer F.F.A. 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Monogram 

Club 4 ; Best Personality 4 ; Best School Spirit 4. 



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THE RAINBOW DIPS 



Classmates, I behold a gorgeous rainbow, 
Flung against a cloud-flecked sky,- 

It spans across the lofty heavens: 
It dips so low and lifts so high — 

It dips and drips its glory; 
In pastel rays it tells its story. 

The rainbow earthward turns so kindly, 

On us, the seniors here below,- 
It sprays us all with confidence, 

And gives us an inner glow. 
Each color flashes down upon us 

Through the clouds of misty haze. 
Methinks it spreads its mantle 

To shower us with hope and goodly praise. 

The violet seems to chase away our troubles 

And quiet all our alarms,- 
The orange is dropping a pot of gold 

Into our open arms,- 



The indigo is dishing out its wisdom 

With a silver spoon,- 
The blue lets fall its magic rays 

Lifting, transporting us over the moon. 

The red is dressing us in tailored suits 

And fine velvet gowns,- 
The yellow flings out its golden coaches 

To ride us about the towns,- 
And the green is growing envious, 

And outdoing all the rest: 
It's giving us hope and courage 

For all our lives to do our best. 

So, as seniors, out in life we go, 
Blessed by sun and cloud and bow,- 

This, dear friends, is our true story — 

The rainbow dips to shower us with glory. 

SHELBY JEAN LUCK 
Class Poet 



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CLASS HISTORY 



In the fall of 1951, there were fifty-five students, 
who entered high school. We were a little timid at 
first, but after much confusion, we settled down to work. 

As Freshmen we chose for class officers: Maxton 
McNeill, president; Carroll Comer, vice-president; Ro- 
zine Hurley, secretary,- and James McNeill, treasurer. 
Since the class was large, it was divided. Mrs. Walker 
Woodly Derr taking the girls and Mr. Edward Bizzell, 
Jr., the boys. We visited Chapel Hill during our first 
year. The girls on the basketball team were: Mattie 
Simmons, Jane Ashburn, Margaret Wright, and Mildred 
Graves. The boys were: Raiford Brown, Carroll Comer, 
Wesley Freeman, Maxton McNeill, and Garland Hall. 
The boys who played baseball were: Harold Thomp- 
son, Thomas Rose, Maxton McNeill, James McNeill, 
and Garland Hall. With some hard work, along with 
some fun, we bid the title "Freshmen" good-bye and 
looked toward our Sophomore year. 

Sophomores! Now we had really become a part 
of high school. Again this year our class was divided. 
Mrs. Wade Harris was the homeroom teacher for the 
girls and Mr. T. W. Parker, the boys. The officers for 
our Sophomore Class were: Jimmy Kemp, president; 
Carroll Comer, vice-president; Rozine Hurley, secre- 
tary,- and Bobby Bray, treasurer. The boys on the bas- 
ketball team were: Raiford Brown, Carroll Comer, Har- 
vey Evans, Wesley Freeman, Winfred Brown, Garland 
Hall, Maxton McNeill, and Thomas Rose. The boys on 
the baseball team were: Thomas Rose, Harold Thomp- 
son, Maxton McNeill, and Garland Hall. The boys on 
the football team were: Jimmy Kemp and Fred Marsh. 
The girls on the basketball team were: Jane Ashburn, 
Hilda Marley, Nancy Spencer and Mildred Graves. 
Only too soon we had bid the title "Sophomore" 
good-bye and looked toward our Junior year. 

Juniors! And did that sound grown-up. We were 
very happy and fortunate to have Mrs. J. C. Hough as 
our homeroom teacher. Our class officers were: Jimmy 
Kemp, president,- Horace Luther, vice-president; Grace 
Yow, secretary; Raiford Brown, treasurer; and Peggy 
Brittain, reporter. The boys who played football were: 
Jimmy Kemp and Fred Marsh. The baseball players 
were: Harold Thompson, Donald Smith, Thomas Rose, 
Maxton McNeill, and Jimmy Kemp. The boys on the 



basketball team were: Raiford Brown, Carroll Comer, 
Wesley Freeman, Donald Smith, and Maxton McNeill. 
The girls were: Hilda Marley and Nancy Spencer. In 
order to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet, we 
sold magazines, and presented as our play, "They 
Gave Him A Co-ed." We held the banquet in April. 
This year nine members received bids to the Beta Club. 
They were: Betty Baker, Raiford Brown, Mae Caudill, 
Jimmy Kemp, Shelby Luck, Horace Luther, Hilda Marley, 
Bryce Russell and Rebecca Thompson. Within a few 
short months we had bid our Junior year good-bye and 
looked toward our last year of high school, our senior 
year. 

Seniors! Our last year of high school! How could 
we have reached the top so soon? We were quite a 
smaller group than when we first reached high school, 
but we had gained a great deal of knowledge. This 
year we have thirty-two members in our class. For class 
officers we chose: Jimmy Kemp, president; Rebecca 
Thompson, vice-president; Raiford Brown, secretary,- Re- 
becca Hedgepeth, treasurer,- and Peggy Brittain, re- 
porter. We were very glad to have Miss Inez Wanna- 
maker as our homeroom teacher and sponsor. Again 
this year four members of our class received bids to the 
Beta Club. They were: Peggy Brittain, Rozine Hurley ; 
Grace Yow, and Norma Hamilton. The only girl on the 
basketball team is Rebecca Hedgepeth. The boys were: 
Raiford Brown, Carroll Comer, Wesley Freeman, Max- 
ton McNeill, Donald Smith, and Harold Thompson. The 
boys who played football during the senior year were: 
Fred Marsh, Jimmy Kemp, Harold Thompson, Wesley 
Freeman, and Thomas Rose. Our class play was "Aaron 
Slick From Punkin Crick." Our class night program was 
"One Foot On Earth." 

As we think of leaving, we would like to stop and 
thank each teacher for his understanding, encourage- 
ment and patience. We were a little sad when we 
thought of leaving our many friends, teachers, and 
"dear ole" Seagrove High. We knew that we had 
spent some of the happiest and best years of our lives 
there, but as we look out into the future, we pray to 
God, that we will find great and successful lives. 

ELSIE MAE COLE 
Class Historian 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the Senior Class of Seagrove High School, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen 
Hundred and Fifty-Five, being of sound mind, and realizing the nearness of graduation, do 
hereby make, declare, and publish this, our Last Will and Testament. 

ARTICLE I 

To Miss Wannamaker, we leave our heartiest gratitude and appreciation for arousing 
our interest and helping us on toward higher goals. 

ARTICLE II 

To our faculty, we leave our love and respect, and all the unexpected knowledge they 
gained from our examination papers. 



ARTICLE III 



I, Betty Baker, leave to Ruby Jean Lucas my title, 
"Wittiest" and to Elizabeth Caviness "Most Co-Opera- 
tive." 

I, Peggy Brittain, leave to Opal Cole my title, 
"Most Popular." 

I, Raiford Brown, leave my love for basketball to 
Maxton Byrd and to Jimmy Pittillo my characteristic of 
being the "Most Original." 

I, Winfred Brown, leave my talent to Junior Wal- 
ker. 

I, Mae Caudill, leave to Glenda Auman my depen- 
dability and to Claudia Brittian my title, "Best Speaker." 

I, Elsie Cole, leave to Lottie Hunter, my neatness. 

I, Carroll Comer, leave to Tommy Marsh my title, 
"Cutest." 

I, Irma Cox, leave my bashfulness to Trula Gilli- 
land and my sense of humor to Susie Tucker. 

I, Kermit Craven, leave to Charles Auman my title, 
"Most Talkative." 

I, Wesley Freeman, leave to Noel Lee Hayes my 
good personality. 

I, Ernest Gatlin, leave to Donald Scott and Jerry 
Cole my bashfulness. 

I, Garland Hall, leave to my brother, Vernon, my 
quietness. He could use it! 

I, Norma Hamilton, leave to Tensie Craven my 
title, "Most Versatile" and to Ruth Ann Macon "Most 
Studious." 

I, Rebecca Hedgepeth, leave to Susie Cagle my 
title, "Most Talkative" and to Edna Cole my big smile. 

I, Rozine Hurley, leave to Merle Bowman my 
friendliness and to Joyce Kiser my title "Miss Se-Hi." 

I, Jimmy Kemp, leave my title "Most Popular" to 
Danny Pope and to Hollis Merritt, "Best Speaker." 

I, Estelle Kennedy, leave to Margaret Upton and 



Fannie Stutts my good school spirit. 

I, Harold Kiser, leave to Bobby Chriscoe my title, 
"Best Sport." 

I, Shelby Luck, leave to Janet Trogden my title, 
"Best Ail-Around" and to Julia Chriscoe and Rebecca 
Tucker "Best Sport." 

I, Horace Luther, leave to Leonard Latham my wit. 

I, Shirley Presnell, leave my title "Cutest" to 
Dianna Williamson and my good personality to Mad- 
elle Williams. 

I, Fred Marsh, leave my neatness to Jake Outen. 

I, Maxton McNeill, leave to Edward Phillips my 
title, "Friendliest." 

I, Bryce Russell, leave to Harold Auman my title, 
"Most Dependable." 

I, Janice Russell, leave to Joyce Hammond my title, 
"Prettiest Girl." 

I, Donald Smith, leave to Elbert Nelson my big 
smile. 

I, Nancy Spencer, leave to Betty Smith my quiet- 
ness. 

I, Harold Thompson, leave to Harvey Yow my 
title, "Best Looking." 

I, Rebecca Thompson, leave to Jean McNeill and 
Anne Wright my title, "Most Original." 

I, Everett Walker, leave my title, Best Ail- 
Around" to Donald Johnson. 

I, Grace Yow, leave my love for World History to 
Peggy Parks. 

In witness thereof, we, the senior class of 1955, 
have set our last seal, this the 20th day of May, Nine- 
teen Hundred and Fifty-five. 

JANICE RUSSELL 
Testator 



CLASS PROPHECY 



On the day of May 23, 1965, the editor of the Sea- 
grove Daily," Maxtor) McNeill assigned me, Rebecca 
Thompson, his reporter, to find the location and the 
vocation of the members of the class of Se-Hi of 1955. 
The job was naturally hard, for so many had gone dif- 
ferent ways, but I finally found that: 

Betty Baker is a dramatics teacher for the Chapel 
Hill Playmakers. She writes plays during her spare time. 

If you have been to Appalachian College you will 
meet the new dean, none other than Peggy Brittain. 
She is also head of the English Department. 

Raiford Brown is the owner of the largest beauty 
salon in New York City. He is one of his best customers. 

Winfred Brown is directing the Firestone Orchestra 
and he is playing a Jew's harp during his spare time. 

Mae Caudill is a wonderful housekeeper. I don't 
see how she does it with so many children running 
around. 

Elsie Cole is now working in the Chemical Labora- 
tory in Seagrove. She is also married and is living in a 
marble house, which she designed herself. 

Carroll Comer is a Greyhound bus driver and is 
managing a big cattle ranch at Erect Plantation. 

Irma Jean Cox is the president of the largest bank 
in Chicago. 

Kermit Craven is head of a Hardware Company 
at Brower. He says that he's not selling rolling pins 
anymore but he had a large supply of can openers for 
brides. 

Wesley Freeman is going to defend his title, Cham- 
pion of the World, in Madison Square Garden this 
spring. 

Ernest Gatlin is test driving the new Mercurys in 
the Pan American World Race. 

Garland Hall is now drawing for the All-American 
Comedy Strip Company. All that he had to do is look 
into a mirror and draw what he sees. 

Norma Hamilton has finally succeeded in being 
president of the United States. 

April's issue of the Life magazine disappeared fast 
on the newsstand, but no wonder, our own Rebecca 
Hedgepeth was on the cover. She is a model for the 
New York Designers. 



Who is the new dentist in town? She is none other 
than Rozine Hurley. 

Everyone is buying tickets for the famous All- 
American Wrestling Match, featuring champion, Jimmy 
Kemp, and the famous Swedish Angel. I'm assured that 
this will be a good match. 

Estelle Kennedy, as you know, attended Wake 
Forest College. She is on the faculty now. 

Harold Kizer is a multi-millionaire chicken raiser 
and will probably someday surprise the entire world 
of chickens. 

Shelby Luck is the head nurse at Duke Hospital. 
She hasn't lost a patient. 

Horace Luther fs now a professor in Economics. 
He is studying for a higher degree. 

Fred Marsh is driving for Jack Cochrian's World 
Hell Drivers. He is one of the top men in this field. 

Shirley Presnell is one of Greensboro's best Beauty 
Experts. 

Janice Russell is going to Hollywood and she will 
give other actresses competition. She will be a great 
success in the new fill-ovision. 

Bryce Russell is one of the top scientists of today. 
It is said that he is a wizard and can split an atom to 
the Nth degree. 

Donald Smith will replace Mr. Parker as agricul- 
ture teacher at Seagrove High School. He plans to in- 
crease the yield per acre of tobacco in Randolph 
County. 

Nancy Spencer is a professional wrestler and Judo 
teacher at Seagrove High School. She is really getting 
the girls in shape. 

Harold Thompson is now pitching baseball in the 
major leagues. He was voted top pitcher for the past 
year. 

Everett Walker is driving in the hot-rod race 
across the Nevada flats. He is testing one of his en- 
gines which he made himself. 

Grace Yow is now an instructor of Home Econom- 
ics at Guilford College and she really enjoys her work. 

REBECCA THOMPSON 
MAXTON McNEILL 
Class Prophets 



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Rozine Hurley 

Harold Kiser 



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Shelby Luck 
Everett Walker 





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Horace U*" 



BEST LOOKING 

Janice Russell 
Harold Thompson 





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Shirley p ra 

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NEATEST 
Elsie Cole 
Fred Marsh 



MOST DEPENDABLE 
Mae Caudill 
Bryce Russell 



BE ST DRESSED 

Rebecca Thompson 

Raiford Brown 





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Rozine Hurley 
Bryce Russell 



_ B 'GGEST SMILE 
Rebecca Hedgepeth 
°onald Smith 





BEST PERSONAL^ 



Shirley 



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MOST COURTEOUS 
Peggy Brittain 
Horace Luther 



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FRIENDLIEST 
Rozine Hurley 
Maxton McNeil 



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BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT 
Wesley Freeman 
Esrelle Kennedy 



MOST ORIGINAL 

Rebecca Thompson 

Raiford Brown 




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MOST ATHLETIC 

Rebecca Hedgepeth 

Thomas Rose 



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MOST BASHFUL 



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N ? nc Y Spencer 



G °rland Hall 




MOST TALENTED 

Betty Baker 

Winfred Brown 





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Betty Baker 

Horace Luther 



MOST STUDIOUS 

Norma Hamilton 

Bryce Russell 



MOST TALKATIVE 

Rebecca Hedgepeth 

Kermit Craven 





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MOST VERSATILE 
Norma Hamilton 
Maxton McNeill 



MOST POPULAR 

Pe 99y Briftain 

Jimmy Kemp 





Shelby lock 
Harold K>ser 



MOST CO-OPERATIVE 

Betty Baker 

Raiford Brown 





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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




PEGGY PARKS 
President 

MAXTON BYRD 

Vice-President 

jean McNeill 

Secretary 

JAKE OUTEN 
Treasurer 

JIMMY PITTILLO 

Reporter 



CLASS FLOWER 
White Carnation 




MARSHALS 



Peggy Parks, Chief 
Jimmy Pittillo 
Harold Auman 
Tensie Craven 
Claudia Brittain 
Ruth Ann Macon 
Joyce Hammond 



JUNIORS 



Charles Auman 
Glenda Auman 
Harold Auman 
Claudia Brittain 




Maxton Byrd 
Helen Cagle 
Yvonne Callicutt 
Elizabeth Caviness 





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Julia Ann Chriscoe 
Edna Cole 
Jerry Cole 
Opal Cole 



Tensie Craven 
Bobby Crisco 
Trula Gilliland 
Vernon Hall 



Joyce Hammond 
Noel Lee Hayes 
Donald Johnson 
Leonard Latham 




JUNIORS 





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Ruby Jean Lucas 
Ruth Ann Macon 
Hollis Menin 

Jean McNeill 



Elbert Nelson 
Jake Outen 
Peggy Parks 
Edward Phillips 




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Jimmy Pittillo 
Danny Pope 
Donald Scott 
Betty Smith 



Janet Trogdon 
Rebecca Tucker 
Susie Tucker 
Margaret Upton 



Robert Walker, Jr. 
Madelle Williams 
Anne Wright 
Harvey Yow 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




TOMMY MARSH 
President 

BETTY HARRISON 
Vice-President 

LOTTIE HUNTER 
Secretary 

CHARLES KENNEDY 
Treasurer 

MERLE BOWMAN 
Reporter 



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Carol Auman 
Dalton Auman 
Gary Auman 
Billy Beane 
Juanita Bennett 



Clio Blanton 
Patricia Bondurant 
Merle Bowman 
Cline Brown 
Faye Brower 



Janice Brower 
Catherine Byrd 
C. E. Byrd 
Alder Callahan 
Venar Callahan 



Max Caudill 
Bernice Chriscoe 
Curtis Chriscoe 
Ramona Clarke 
Eddie Cox 



Betty Foster 
Nellie Gatlin 
James Gilliland 
Betty Harrison 
Thelma Harvel 



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Lottie Hunter 
Leo Hinesley 
Donald Johnson 
Charles Kennedy 
Joyce Kiser 



Peggy Latham 
Louise Luck 
Tommy Marsh 
Paul Merritt 
Frances McNeill 



Eleanor Outen 
Shelby Owens 
Bobby Poole 
Walter Pope 
Doris Richardson 



Margaret Richardson 
Betty Rose 
Alice Spencer 
Sherby Spencer 
Virginia Stevens 



Fannie Stutts 
Jack Sugg 
Clark Tate 
Barbara Tucker 
Kenneth Voncannon 



SOPHOMORES 



Diana Williamson 
David Wilson 
Louise Wright 
Sammy Wright 





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ARNOLD COMER 
President 

JUDY SUGG 
Vice-President 



JEWELL WILLIAMS 
Secretary 



DOT HONNEY 
Treasurer 




FRESHMEN 



Jean Asbil 
Jo Ann Ashburn 
Grady Auman 
La Verne Auman 
Lucy Auman 



Barbara Beck 
Charles Beck 
Ernest Beck 
Geneva Boone 
Gladys Brown 



Russell Brown 
Betty Jo Cagle 
Jerry Callicutt 
Ruth Chriscoe 
Vernon Ghriscoe 



Mary Alice Cole 
Rachel Cole 
Arnold Comer 
Don Craven 
A. F. Davis 



Peggy Freeman 
Rachel Freeman 
Vernice Garner 
Cecil Gatlin 
Recil Gatlin 



Howard Green 
David Hamilton 
Hylton Hancock 
C. M. Hayes 
Gladys Hayes 



Coleene Honney 
Mitchell Hurley 
Carlton Johnson 
James King 
Nancy Latham 





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Max Lawson 
Sue Lucas 
Dorothy Luck 
Gary Luck 
Florence Luther 



Elizabeth Lynch 
Max Macon 
Elaine McKinnon 
Faye Moran 
Martha Nelson 



Maxine Owens 
Ray Parks 
Vivian Parks 
Ruth Phillips 
Roger Richardson 



Thero Richardson 
Betty Lou Russell 
James Scott 
Mary Sharpe 
Mary Sikes 



Joyce Staley 
Robert Stevens 
C. B. Strider 
Sarah Strider 
Judy Sugg 



Jo Ann Tiner 
Doris Upton 
Linda Whatley 
Jewell Williams 
Shirley Williams 



Thurman Williams 
Laura Willett 
Patricia Wright 
Roland Yow 



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ELEMENTARY FACULTY 




Mrs. Strawda Farlow 

Mrs. R. L. Macon 

Miss Olivia Adams 

Mrs. Leighton Lawrence 




Mrs. Esther Cox 
Miss Mae Wrenn 
Mrs. R. J. Phillips 
Mrs. Berta Hoover 




Mrs. Ruth Newby 
Miss Cleta Rich 
Mrs. Ervin Ray 
Mrs. Jess Garner 



Mrs. Jim Green 
Mrs. Bryce Robbins 
Miss Marion Currie 
Mr. Manley Murphy 



Mr. Bryce Robbins 
Mr. Fred Lovin 
Mr. Robert Spencer 
Mrs. Jack Wrenn 







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Second Grade 



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MRS. LEIGHTON LAWRENCE 
Second Grade 




MRS. ESTHER COX 
Second Grade 



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Third Grade 



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Third Grade 




MISS MAE WRENN 
Fourth Grade 



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Fifth Grade 



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MRS. JESS GARNER 
Fifth Grade 




MRS. JIM GREENE 
Filth and Sixth 



ELEMENTARY 




MRS. BRYCE ROBBINS 
Sixth Grade 




MISS MARION CURRIE 
Sixth Grade 



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MR. MANLEY MURPHY 
Seventh Grade 










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Seven/fi Grade 



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Eighth Grade 



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THE 
SE-HI 
STAFF 




PEGGY ANN BRITTAIN 
Editor 



NORMA JEAN HAMILTON 
Assistant Editor 




Peggy Brittain, Editor; Norma Hamilton, Assistant Editor; Rozine Hurley, Business Manager-, 
Harold Thompson, Snapshot Editor; Everett Walker, Circulation Manager; Nancy Spencer, 
Assistant; Raiford Brown, Sporfs Editor; Carroll Comer, Assistant; Maxton McNeill, Advertis- 
ing Manager; Rebecca Thompson, Assistant; Shelby Luck, Grade Editor; Mae Caudill, Betty 
Baker, Assistants; Garland Hall, Art Editor; Maxton McNeill, Assistant; Jimmy Kemp, Assistant 
Advisor; Miss Inez Wannamaker, Advisor. 




MISS INEZ WANNAMAKER 
Advisor 



ROZINE HURLEY 
Business Manager 




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SHELBY JEAN LUCK 
Editor 



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Assistant Editor 





Shelby Luck, Editor; Rebecca Thompson, Assistant Editor; Norma Hamilton, Harold Auman, 
Sports Editors; Bryce Russell, Claudia Brittain, Society Editors; Grace Yow, Tensie Craven, 
Grade Editors; Mae Caudill, Peggy Parks, News Editors; Betty Baker, Horace Luther, Cir- 
culation Managers; Rozine Hurley, Reporter. 







MRS. J. C. HOUGH 
Sponsor 
MRS. WALKER W. DERR 
Sponsor 








BETA CLUB 



RAIFORD BROWN 
President 

ROZINE HURLEY 
Vice-President 



REBECCA THOMPSON 
Secretary 

JOYCE HAMMOND 
Treasurer 




Raiford Brown, President; Rozine Hurley, V/'ce-Pres/den/,- Rebecca Thompson, Secretary; 
Joyce Hammond, Treasurer; Ruth Ann Macon, Tensie Craven, Peggy Brittain, Program Com- 
mittee; Mrs. Walker W. Derr, Sponsor. 



GLEE CLUB 



MAXTON McNEILL 
President 

PEGGY PARKS 

Secretary 



MAE CAUDILL 
Treasurer 

MRS. J. C. HOUGH 
Director 





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Maxon Byrd, President; Maxton McNeill, Vice-President; Peggy Brittain, 
Secretary; Peggy Parks, Treasurer,- Miss Inez Wannamaker, Sponsor. 

DEBATE CLUB 




Rozine Hurley, President; Julia Ann Chriscoe, Vice-President; Mae Caudii 
Secretary and Treasurer; Miss Inez Wannamaker, Sponsor. 



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Susie Tucker, Mac Caudill; Rozine Hurley, Norma Hamilton, Ruth Ann 
Macon, Glenda Auman, Elizabeth Caviness, Rebecca Hedgpeth. 



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CLUB 




Merle Bowman, President; Susie Tucker, Vice-President; Ruth Ann Macon, 
Secretary; Thelma Harvell, Treasurer; Tensie Craven, Reporter; Janet 
Trogdon, Claudia Brittain, Jean McNeill, Program Committee. 



MONOGRAM 
CLUB 




Peggy Parks, President; Jimmy Kemp, Vice-President; Harold Thompson, 
Secretary and Treasurer; Maxton McNeill, Reporter; Mr. James R. Swig- 
gett, Sponsor. 



CAFETERIA 
STAFF 




Mrs. W. E. Richardson, Manager; Mrs. C. H. Hammond, Mrs. Forest Mc- 
Neill, Mrs. Carl Nance, Mrs. Burgess Lucas. Student Helpers: Opal Cole, 
Susie Tucker, Rozine Hurley, Sherby Spencer, Venar Callahan, Eleanor 
Outen. 




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Horace Luther, President; Ernest Gatlin, Vice-President; Harold Kiser, Sec- 
retary; Wesley Freeman, Treasurer; Carroll Comer, Reporter; Everett Wal- 
ker, Sentinel,- Mr. J W. Parker, Advisor. 



BUS 
DRIVERS 




Fred Marsh, Jimmy Kemp, Carroll Comer, Winfred Brown, Horace Luther, 
Everett Walker, Thomas Rose, Harold Thompson, Harold Kiser, Jack 
Reeves, Donald Johnson, Noel Lee Hayes, Jake Outen, Assistants; Bryce 
Russell, Donald Smith, Tensie Craven, Maxton McNeill, Charles Auman, 
R. W. Walker, Jr. 






SENIOR 
4-H CLUB 




Maxton McNeill, President; Ruth Ann Macon, Vice-President; Betty Baker, 
Secretary; Mae Caudill, Reporter and Song Leader; Tensie Craven, Pianist; 
Mrs. Wade Harris and Mr. Truman Parker, Sponsors. 





JUNIOR 
4-H CLUB 



Ronald King, President; Christine Richardson, Vice-President; Sue Richard- 
son, Secretary and Treasurer; Evelyn Walker, Song Leader; Linda Sue 
Brewer, Pianist. 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




Ader Callahan, Diana Williamson, Janice Brower, Juanita Bennett, Lottie Hunter, Susie 
Cagle, Julia Chriscoe, Ruth Ann Macon, Rebecca Hedgpeth, Peggy Parks, Vener Callahan, 
Frances McNeill, and Coach Mr. Swiggett. 






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Co-Captain 



PEGGY PARKS 

Captain 



REBECCA HEDGEPETH 
Co-Captain 




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Raiford Brown, Carroll Comer, Wesley Freeman, Thomas Rose, Harold 
Thompson, Cline Brown, Donald Smith, Maxton McNeill. 




WESLEY FREEMAN 
Co-Captain 



MR. JAMES R. SWIGGETT 
Coach 



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DONALD SMITH 
Co-Captain 



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GARY AUMAN 




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CHARLES KENNEDY 




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Coach 



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Maxton Byrd, Ernest Beck, Billy Bean, Kenneth Voncannon, Jerry Callicutt, Wesley Freeman, 
Danny Pope, Leonard Latham, David Hamilton, Jake Outen, Max Macon, R. W. Walker, Jr. 



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DEALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS 

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Seagrove Hardware 



MYERS WATER SYSTEMS 



HENRY VANN TOBACCO CURERS 



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UPHOLSTERY CO. 

Sofas and Chairs 



Seagrove, North Carolina 






Congratulations 
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VESTAL MOTOR CO. 

FORD CARS — FORD TRUCKS 

91 1 S. Fayetteville St. 
Asheboro, North Carolina 






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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To the Senior Class of 1955 

ACME-McCRARY 
HOSIERY MILLS 

Makers of Famous 
McCrary Seam Reminder Hosiery 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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PRODUCTS CO. 

Manufacturers 

Solite Masonry Blocks 

Distributors of 

Building Material 

Phone 5161 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



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Feed and Seed Store 

Statesville and Diamond Feed 

Royster, Armour, VC, and Naco 

Fertilizer 

Highway 220 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

HOME FURNITURE CO. 

The store with the Rocking Chair 
Sign — For Better Furniture At 

Lower Cost 
"There's No Place Like Home" 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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"Let our flowers deliver your 
message" 

Phone 4120 
Asheboro, North Carolina 






Quality Shoes 



Asheboro, North Carolina 



Coffin and Scarboro 






SMART STYLE, INC. 

Real Texan Outfit 
Everything For the Junior Cowboy 

Phone 6242 
Asheboro, North Carolina 









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INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER 

Farmall Tractor, Farm Machines 
and Motor Trucks 

D W. HOLT AND COMPANY 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



The 

Radio and Television 

Service Company 



Mike Bezalla 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



HERLOCKER OIL CO. 

Distributors of 
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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QUALITY BLIND AND 
AWNING COMPANY 

"Anything for the Window" 

Phone 3269 

1 127 S. Fayetteville St. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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ASHEBORO 
AMOCO SERVICE 

W. R. Galloway, Owner 

Telephone 9030 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



With Best Wishes 

THE BANK OF 
RANDOLPH 

Box 149 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



WALTER PARKS 

General Merchandise 

General Electric Appliances 

Sylvania T-V 

Seagrove, North Carolina 



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LUCK'S INC. 

Packers of Luck's Products 

Phone 364 
Seagrove, North Carolina 



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FARLOW FUNERAL 
HOME 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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Town and Country 
Furniture Co., Inc. 

Furniture and Appliances 

Phone 5522 
613 N. Fayetteville Street 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



SEAGROVE MOTOR 
CO. 

Plumbing, Heating and 
Water Supplies 

Phone 174 
Seagrove, North Carolina 



RAY'S TEXACO 
SERVICE 

Texaco Gas and Oil 

U. S. Highway 220 
Seagrove, North Carolina 



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SEAGROVE GROCERIES 

General Merchandise 
Fresh Meats and Dry Goods 

Phone 322 
Seagrove, North Carolina 



CENTRAL IRON AND 
STEEL COMPANY 

New and Used Auto Parts 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

The 
First Natinoal Bank 



'Your Friendly Bank" 



Asheboro, North Carolina 






SEAGROVE 
GULF SERVICE 

Groceries and Feed 
Seagrove, North Carolina 



LUCAS 
NATIONAL, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room 
and Kitchen Furniture 

W. C. LUCAS, President 

Asheboro, North Carolina 






TRIANGLE 
SERVICE STATION 

Gulf Gas and Oil 

Owned and Operated by 
HENRY and WORTH YOW 

Seagrove, North Carolina 



SEAGROVE 
BARBER SHOP 

Seagrove, North Carolina 



Much Success to 
The Class of 1955 

ASHEBORO 
HOSIERY MILLS 

C. C. CRANFORD 
S. D. CRANFORD 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To the Senior Class of 1955 

GRIFFIN CLINIC 

213 S. Fayetteville St. 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



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BOOSTERS 



BOOSTERS 



NANCE CHEVROLET CO. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

GARNER MORGAN 

HARDWARE 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

R & H SERVICE STATION 

Gulf Dealer 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

HALL-KNOTT, INC. 

Asheboro, North Carolino 

GRIMES JEWELRY CO. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

FRIENDS 

KING'S BEAUTY SHOP 

ROSES 5, 10 AND 25c STORE 

RANDOLPH REX-ALL DRUGS 

RANDOLPH FURNITURE CO. 

ASHEBORO TELEVISION 
CENTER 

PUGH FUNERAL HOME 

KAY'S DRESS SHOP 

ASHEBORO MUSIC CO. 



Congratulations to 



The Senior Class of 1955 



STEDMAN 
MANUFACTURNG CO. 



Asheboro, North Carolina 



SOUTHSIDE HARDWARE 
SUPPLY 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

LEMONDS BROTHERS 

GARAGE 

Highway 220-1915 

South Fayetteville St. 

South Asheboro, North Carolina 

AUMAN'S GROCERY 

Seagrove, North Carolina 

CAUDILL SERVICE 

Highway 220 S 8 miles 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

JAMES UPTON'S GROCERY 
AND SERVICE 

Route 5 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

PARKS GROCERY 
Phone 8873 — Route 5 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

McCOMBS SUPER MARKET 

South Asheboro, North Carolina 

HAMMOND AND CAGLE 
HOSIERY MILL 

Phone 3842 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

SOUTHSIDE SERVICE 
STATION 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

H & H CLOTHING STORE 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

STANDARD DRUG STORE 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

GARNER FLORIST 

Phone 5141 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

FAGG'S AMOCO SERVICE 

829 S. Fayetteville St. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

STOWE'S GREENHOUSES, INC. 

Phone 5166 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

W & L SUPER MARKET 

Asheboro, North Carolina 

VICK BROTHERS 
ELECTRIC CO. 

Phone 4290 
Asheboro, North Carolina 






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